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  Topic: .027" wire with a .035" liner...
inkjunkie

Replies: 3
Views: 3265

PostForum: Welding   Posted: Fri May 13 16 12:37 am   Subject: .027" wire with a .035" liner...
Any problems with this? Have a 90% spool of .027 wire...stopped by welding shop few days ago.....no .027" liners. Haven't looked locally...nor on line. Just put a fresh .035" liner in my mac ...
  Topic: Reverse Flow blowing ash....
inkjunkie

Replies: 5
Views: 1793

PostForum: Cookers   Posted: Fri May 13 16 12:33 am   Subject: Reverse Flow blowing ash....
Thanks for all of your help Kevin. Thanks to Kevins help I have a MUCH better understanding of fire management/temperature control. Will be hosing my cook camber out to get rid of any ash from earlier ...
  Topic: Reverse Flow blowing ash....
inkjunkie

Replies: 5
Views: 1793

PostForum: Cookers   Posted: Tue May 03 16 11:18 pm   Subject: Reverse Flow blowing ash....
Have no clue how to post pictures here...
The calculator I used...
http://www.smokingmeatforums.com/t/172425/standard-reverse-flow-smoker-calculator-by-daveomak-and-others-ready-to-use-rev5-6-19-15 ...
  Topic: Reverse Flow blowing ash....
inkjunkie

Replies: 5
Views: 1793

PostForum: Cookers   Posted: Mon May 02 16 12:47 pm   Subject: Reverse Flow blowing ash....
Built a Reverse Flow...cook chamber is a 60 gallon compressor tank. Insulated the firebox. Fire grate is about 3" above the bottom of the ash pan. Few folks told me that I need more like 5-6" ...
  Topic: Refrigerant tank...
inkjunkie

Replies: 2
Views: 3659

PostForum: Tech-Talk   Posted: Sat Mar 26 16 12:13 am   Subject: Refrigerant tank...
Neighbor gave me a 1000 pound refrigerant storage tank. Hasn't had anything in it in a long time. Pulled a couple of plugs, stuck a flash light in one and peered in thru the other. Other than light s ...
  Topic: Warming box?
inkjunkie

Replies: 3
Views: 1215

PostForum: Cookers   Posted: Wed Mar 23 16 11:26 pm   Subject: Warming box?
The top of my firebox is the bottom of my warmer. The radiant heat from the firebox keeps the warmer at around 150° to 175° If you insulate the top of your firebox you will lose the radiant heat and ...
  Topic: Warming box?
inkjunkie

Replies: 3
Views: 1215

PostForum: Cookers   Posted: Wed Mar 23 16 11:55 am   Subject: Warming box?
In the planning stage of my next build. Going to be,a RF using a 125 gallon tank. Insulated FB. Been thinking about a warming box. Don't really need it, have a Large and 2 XL Eggs...but still thinking ...
  Topic: Insulate a Reverse Flow Firebox....
inkjunkie

Replies: 6
Views: 5108

PostForum: Tech-Talk   Posted: Sat Jul 04 15 10:37 pm   Subject: Insulate a Reverse Flow Firebox....
What do you fine folks use? Planning on getting the Rockwool style stuff from Home Depot. It is for 2x4 studded walls. Visited a couple insulation shops in town....called/visited the one 9 times with ...
  Topic: Fire box welds...
inkjunkie

Replies: 11
Views: 4210

PostForum: Welding   Posted: Sat Jul 04 15 10:28 pm   Subject: Fire box welds...
I ended up welding it from the inside. Planning on insulating the fb, may run it for a while first. Either way I may weld the outside joints now.
Far from a good welder. I am a bit in the dark as to ...
  Topic: Fire box welds...
inkjunkie

Replies: 11
Views: 4210

PostForum: Welding   Posted: Sat Jul 04 15 12:08 am   Subject: Fire box welds...
Any thoughts on welding both sides of where one plate meets another?
  Topic: Most economical way to cut sheet goods
inkjunkie

Replies: 27
Views: 22209

PostForum: Welding   Posted: Fri Apr 17 15 3:00 am   Subject: Most economical way to cut sheet goods
One of the local places charged someone $35 to cut a sheet of expanded in half...
  Topic: moisture content
inkjunkie

Replies: 3
Views: 2368

PostForum: Wood and Charcoal   Posted: Thu Apr 16 15 12:26 pm   Subject: moisture content
What do you stick burning folks shoot for prior to burning wood in your smoker?
  Topic: To much exhaust on a UDS?
inkjunkie

Replies: 3
Views: 1282

PostForum: Cookers   Posted: Mon Mar 23 15 1:49 pm   Subject: To much exhaust on a UDS?
Is it possible? Can not get the temperature over 250*. Basket was 75% chunk charcoal 25% KBB. Lit it with a weed burner. Drum has three .750" intakes and two 2" exhausts. The exhaust consist ...
  Topic: Can you clean MIG gun liner?
inkjunkie

Replies: 4
Views: 3089

PostForum: Welding   Posted: Fri Mar 13 15 11:00 am   Subject: Can you clean MIG gun liner?
I used to fight with my old Millers line on a regular basis. Only use the machine a few times a year...the $$ spent on a new liner every now and then is well worth the reduced grief...
  Topic: New guy from..
inkjunkie

Replies: 6
Views: 1252

PostForum: Introduce Yourself   Posted: Mon Mar 02 15 11:52 pm   Subject: New guy from..
Ford Washington. Trying to educate myself on the art of smoking. Disabled disgruntled former USPS employee. Grew up in Parsippany NJ before moving to Mesa AZ. Lost the "practice wife" and ma ...
  Topic: UDS grill height?
inkjunkie

Replies: 3
Views: 1387

PostForum: Cookers   Posted: Mon Mar 02 15 10:41 am   Subject: UDS grill height?
Working on my UDS. Have the charcoal basket made, 3 .750" black flange plates mounted for the intake and just finished 2 day of trying to get rid of the liner Wondering about mounting the grate. ...
  Topic: High Heat Paints?
inkjunkie

Replies: 6
Views: 1716

PostForum: Cookers   Posted: Mon Mar 02 15 10:35 am   Subject: High Heat Paints?
Might want to check out header paint....pretty much any auto parts store will be able to help you out...
 
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